Rainbow Riches Pure Pots As there are only Pots to play for, the hit rate for the bonus is higher Pots can land on any of the five reels, paying the …
Rainbow Riches Pure Pots is one of my all-time favourite bookies and arcade slot machines, and although its appeal may be limited due to the lack of features (there is only one), the increased frequency of the Rainbow Riches Pure Pots feature offers great appeal to many players. All of the classic Rainbow Riches features have been ripped out, leaving just the most popular and highly sort after; the Pots of Gold. This leaves a lot more space on the reels, so reels one and five now also host several of the pots bonus symbols making the feature accessible from all five reels, with three or more anywhere in view awarding the Pure Pots feature.
Currently Rainbow Riches Pure Pots is available to play in Coral bookies, as well as amusement arcades and some bingo halls. The bookies have two versions on their FOBT’s, a regular slot up to £2 per spin and the Mega Spins version with stakes available up to £50 per game.
The FOBT (Fixed Odds Betting Terminal) version of Rainbow Riches Pure Pots has the standard slot machine game with three different pot values, and as there are four in every bookies, check them all and always play the one with the highest values. Additionally there is the Mega Spins version of the game, this versions moves into a different category of gambling and as such is only available in the bookies. As it is effectively a different game, the pot values will also be different, so once again check the amounts and if you are going to play any, play the ones with the highest values. The gold pot is always on £500, the silver pot resets to £100 and the bronze pot resets to £25. These reset values are considerably lower than the original Rainbow Riches, but the feature is easier to win.
The Mega Spins version of Rainbow Riches Pure Pots offers stakes up to £50 per game, with each pot rolling into view holding in place (sticky) and acting as a wild. This considerably increases your chances of winning the pots features, but like any high stakes slot machine, it can get costly. The higher your stake on the Mega Spins the more spins you are given, however from my experience £20 per game should be adequate for a good game with a fair chance of hitting the bonus. Have a look at the Mega Spins in action here.
If the Mega Spins are too costly, play the regular game with stakes up to £2, the pots aren’t sticky or wild, but they still drop in and you often get a good game for your money.
Although you will be playing for the pots feature, Rainbow Riches Pure Pots does roll in some good wins from time to time, including clusters of Rainbow Riches symbols. These wins can be very large, and if you fancy a bit of a risk you can even gamble them on the pie gamble up to £500. The pie gamble is always available in the bookies, but the arcades have the option to turn this off, which many of them do for some reason, so you won’t be given a choice.
Rainbow Riches Pure Pots is a very good slot machine, and you can even turn Rainbow Riches Pick and Mix into a similar version by selecting only the pots, so you potentially have eight different pot values to check in every bookies! Unfortunately this slot isn’t online yet, but with any luck it will be in the near future.